At Equine Challenge™ we believe forage specificity is
paramount before horses get sick, not after! Sadly, more
times than not we consider diet specificity when our horses
become sick and we want them to recover functionally and
Equine Challenge™ is pro-active nutrition which provides the
basic building blocks for day to day life and allows the
flexibility to meet the nutritional needs of horses, regardless
of how little or how much is physically demanded.
Not only are our ingredients synergistically proportioned
in the bag, they are synergistically balanced to compliment
whatever forage you feed your horse, be it alfalfa, grass or
If you feed grass or oat hay, Equine Challenge-Grass™ is the
product for your horse. If on the other hand you feed alfalfa,
Equine Challenge-Alfalfa™ is the product for your horse.
Equine Challenge™ is a milled food grade Flaxseed based
forage specific, highly bio-available daily vitamin, mineral
trace element and digestive probiotic supplement.
During milling we use a high speed micronizing technique which slices the flaxseed instead of crushing, avoiding rupturing the fat cells at a lower temperature. This yields a very stable product that has a shelf life of 6 months or more with reasonable storage.
Old milling techniques include grinding or crushing the flaxseed given the aggressive rolling mills, hammer mills and burr mills. These old techniques crushed the fat cells, producing a great deal of heat resulting in an oxidation or rancidity of the flax. Most of the bad things you hear about flax go back to the old days and the old ways.
Equine Challenge Supplements™ contain no byproducts or fillers such as Distiller's Dried Grain
solutes, ground alfalfa, wheat millrun, wheat middlings, soymeal, beet pulp, rice bran, soybean or oat hulls. Equine Challenge Supplement™ products contain no corn, no wheat, no alfalfa, no soy beans, no molasses, no soy oil, no mineral oil, no vegetable oil and no corn oil. The oil in Equine Challenge Supplements™ is the oil naturally found in Flaxseed, primarily Omega 3's and Omega 6's.
Equine Challenge Supplements™ are synergistically proportioned to provide the nutritional building blocks and maintain the metabolic balance of your horse, regardless of whether you feed alfalfa, grass or oat hay.
High Bioavailability (Chelated)
Easy to administer
Food grade Flax rich in Omega 3's
7 Strain viable Probiotic package
ZinPro Amino Acid Complexes
No byproduct fillers
No Added Iron
Easy to use, easy to open bags, pails and drums
Equine Challenge Supplement™ products made to work synergistically together
Products developed along with a manufacturer with 30 years Nutritional experience & history
Shipping always included in pricing anywhere in the U.S.
Equine Challenge™ also provides joint specific support products which allows for greater flexibility, so that owners and trainers can regulate and control the amounts of nutraceuticals
to be fed based on age, health, performance or metabolic stress of the individual
horse. Nutraceuticals, such as Glucosamine sulfate, Chondroitin sulfate, MSM,
and Yucca, which support joint maintenance, are separated from the Equine
Challenge™ Vitamin-Mineral Forage product, which is consistent with the
All Equine Challenge Supplements™ are formulated and manufactured within the Standards and Guidelines set forth by the NASC .
"Meeting our personal Equine Challenge in addressing the nutritional needs of our Morgans, that a
good quality hay just does not provide, we have created Equine Challenge™ . We challenge you to
take the next step in nutritional equine stewardship –
There is a difference between living and thriving…. Take the Equine Challenge™, it can't not work!!"
*Contact Mackie Re: Nutritional *Contact Kathy Re: Adminstrative/
Questions & Concerns Order Questions & Concerns
Mackie K. Hartwig, D.C. Kathy Hartwig
(559) 905-7528 (559) 905-7528
If you have any questions or problems administering Equine Challenge™ or experience problems
incorporating Equine Challenge™ into your horse's diet, please do not hesitate to contact us.
As with all supplements, you should always discuss any dietary modifications or concerns you may
have about your horse's nutrition with your Veterinarian.